(Solved) Web Apps Manager storage of username and password

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LM+User
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(Solved) Web Apps Manager storage of username and password

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Hi all,
I have just joined this forum, and have a question.
Using LM 20.1, Firefox and Web Apps. Where are Username & Passwords stored as I can not find them in Firefox which open the webpage for Web Apps Manager?
John
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Re: Web Apps Manager storage of username and password

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LM+User wrote:
Thu Jan 14, 2021 11:20 am
Hi all,
I have just joined this forum, and have a question.
Using LM 20.1, Firefox and Web Apps. Where are Username & Passwords stored as I can not find them in Firefox which open the webpage for Web Apps Manager?
John
those are isolated/private profiles they cant be accessed directly
so if you really wanna see your password you saved in the web apps
just open the apps individually
then press ctrl+N(this opens a new browser tab within the web app)
now just go to the settings(for chromium you can find that option by clicking the 3 dots on top right corner)

after going to setting just search for the password menu and there you will get all your passwords you store for that web apps

hope that helps :wink:
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Re: Web Apps Manager storage of username and password

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GNULinux.
Thanks a lot for your fast response, I found what I was looking for :D
John
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